It is also part of the garden of the palace of the Marquis of Elósegui. It is a little forest of cedars, cypresses, oak trees, beeches and lime trees, it is a haven for dormice, herons, bats, amphibians and insects.

It is not free to visit, as the aim is to preserve it as a nature school.

It has a well, paths, gazebos, minarets and a cave.

You need to request a guided visit.

It is a part of the garden designed by the Frenchman Pierre Ducasse.

Its aim is to teach what nature does when left to it devices.